Indian Summers

Indian Summers

The Complete Second Season

DVD - 2016
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It is 1935. Three years have passed, and as the seasons turn, so too do the machinations of a rising revolution. As a new summer falls upon the foothills of India's Little England, Simla, political tensions reach fever point. With help from the scheming Cynthia, Ralph faces the most pivotal year of his career. Alice's husband has followed her to India, and Aafrin's ascending career may be in jeopardy.


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Jun 05, 2018

Beautiful, exotic and a stark glimpse into colonial history.
Sad there are only two seasons.

Nov 01, 2017

A very well made and well written and very well cast series. Above the average North American series. On a par with Empire, although different genre totally. It reveals the white British privilege in India during the mid 1930's before The British Empire rule ended there & India got its independence shortly after.. It does depict some stereo types of the day, both British & Indian. It might make you angry, the entitlement, etc. But it does portray a part of history that should NOT be forgotten. I hope they make more of this series. Indian Summers was made on location in India by British sources.

Dec 14, 2016

Wow...the last 4 episodes were surprising in their intensity. If you liked the first season, you'll love the second season.

Dec 08, 2016

Excellent series - perhaps a bit too much soap opera and a too little history - but I am very interested in this era in Indian history. It is not "Jewel in the Crowyn" - the best of the genre ever, but 4 paws up from Abby Tabby and Kristi

Dec 05, 2016

Loved the start of this season - full of plot twists'n turns. Could use more realistic point of view of India's people during last decade under British rule - perhaps that will come. Sadly, 2nd disc very badly damaged... please library patrons, take better care of what you're borrowing!

Nov 06, 2016

Brilliant. We enjoyed it far more than the first series. The storyine is more political and the characters are now becoming more complex and best of all Julie Walters has stopped gurning her way through every scene!


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